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Library honors 3 advocates By Steve RaabeThe Denver Post Three Denver community advocates were honored Saturday before a crowd of 200 at the 26th...
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On May 31,  1913, at High Street: and 34th Avenue in northeast: Denver; built with funds from the Andrew Carnegie Corporation, costing...
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Even though the Ford-Warren branch of the Denver Public Library has been closed for only six months for renovations, it must have seemed like a lot...
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Ice Cream Party with the Mayor

Juanita Ross Gray Community Service Awards 2013 Denver Post Article

Library honors 3 advocates

By Steve RaabeThe Denver Post

Three Denver community advocates were honored Saturday before a crowd of 200 at the 26th annual Juanita Ross Gray Community Service Awards.  Read more »

Ford-Warren Photo Booth

Ford-Warren Photo Booth

Ford Warren History July 1988

On May 31,  1913, at High Street: and 34th Avenue in northeast: Denver; built with funds from the Andrew Carnegie Corporation, costing approximately $20,000 com­plete, including furniture and fixtures, the Warren Library, first branch of The Denver Public Library opened.

The library was named for Bishop Henry White Warren, scholar, author and churchman of national prominence in the Methodist Episcopal Church. Warren Methodist Church in Denver was also named for Bishop Warren.  Read more »

Ice Cream Party with the Mayor

Ford-Warren Photo Booth

Ford-Warren Photo Booth

Renovation Reopening Feature in Neighborhood Life

Your Hub Reopening Article Photo

Juanita Ross Gray Community Service Awards 2013 Denver Post Article

Library honors 3 advocates

By Steve RaabeThe Denver Post

Three Denver community advocates were honored Saturday before a crowd of 200 at the 26th annual Juanita Ross Gray Community Service Awards.  Read more »

Ford Warren History July 1988

On May 31,  1913, at High Street: and 34th Avenue in northeast: Denver; built with funds from the Andrew Carnegie Corporation, costing approximately $20,000 com­plete, including furniture and fixtures, the Warren Library, first branch of The Denver Public Library opened.

The library was named for Bishop Henry White Warren, scholar, author and churchman of national prominence in the Methodist Episcopal Church. Warren Methodist Church in Denver was also named for Bishop Warren.  Read more »

Your Hub Reopening Article

Even though the Ford-Warren branch of the Denver Public Library has been closed for only six months for renovations, it must have seemed like a lot longer to residents of the area.

“Everybody knows we’re here getting ready and they are knocking on the door, they want to come in. I think people have missed it for sure,” said Annie Kemmerling, senior librarian at Ford-Warren.

The library, at 2825 High St. in the Whittier neighborhood, reopens Dec. 20, and a community-wide celebration will be held Jan. 26.  Read more »

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